Old Ottawa South Community Association

  • Fall Fest Success!

    Fall Fest Success!

    Thank you to everyone who made this year's event a wonderful success!
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  • Fall 2018 at OSCA

    Fall 2018 at OSCA

    Our Fall session is in full swing! Check out our Fall 2018 Program Guide for more information, it's never too late to register!
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  • Christmas Craft Show 2018

    Christmas Craft Show 2018

    Join us on Sunday, November 25th from 10:00 am-4:00 pm at the Firehall. We have over 40 vendors for this year's show! Read more about what you can expect.
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  • Old Ottawa South Resident? Join OSCA - it's free!

    Old Ottawa South Resident? Join OSCA - it's free!

    If you wish to vote for the OSCA Board, you must be an OSCA member. If you wish to stand for election to become a Board member, you must also have signed up as a member at least three months before the AGM. To become a member click below and register today - it’s free! Want to join the OSCA Board? Contact the Nomination Committee at nominations [AT] oldottawasouth [DOT] ca.
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  • OSCA Celebrates 40 years!

    OSCA Celebrates 40 years!

    2018 marks the 40th anniversary of The Old Ottawa South Community Association! Stay tuned for a wonderful year filled with celebration. Throughout 2018 we'll be looking back on the wonderful years we've had, and planning for the even more amazing years ahead! Stay connected with us through Facebook, Twitter, and Instragram as we celebrate our anniversary! @OldOttSouth
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Windsor Pups

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An open group for all dog owners and users of Windsor park in Old Ottawa South. This group has worked to enhance the park life for users since 1992. The group shares information, enjoys social events together, and works to improve the park setting. 

The annual Windsor Pups spring cleanup of the park and river shore is a much anticipated event. Overall,  it is an effort to build community and a respect for other non-dog users of Windsor Park through informal self-policing; they also work on issues with the City to enhance the park for everyone, that is its 'shared-use'. As of January 2013, Windsor Pups has an e-list — by dog's name and contact data on the dog's owner/operator  — of more than three hundred. This list has come in very handy over the years as a way of dealing with and communicating on a wide range of problems and opportunities.

For more details, see the Windsor Pups Facebook page or contact Brian Tansey or Peter Wells.

Last modified on Monday, 07 May 2018 09:08

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